From PBS Studios’ Blank on Blank series, a cute animation of an unheard audiotape of Michael and Janet from January 1980
Me looking at the post
See me after this post
My friend sent me this amazing corgi comic! (originals found here)
THIS IS THE CUTEST THING EVER
Loki demonstrating perfectly why, under no circumstances, should you try to hug him. Or like come near him
Beneath the commanding strength of an overly iced military jacket hid another Michael paradox: a white t-shirt, always ripped in the middle of the neckline. It was a message of rebellion beneath a jacket that sent a message of control. Taking scissors to his t-shirt added that street edge Michael was always going for. It was a little detail that played a big role in the extravagant magic act. He wanted the message to be: “This is the ordinary part of me”.
The size of the tear depended on Michael’s mood that day. He’d take a pair of scissors himself and cut. Some days it would be a little cut, and others he’d rip it all the way down. “Girls want to see some cake”, he’d explain. Cake was his nickname for chest. - Michael Bush ‘Dressing Michael Jackson’